Who is Dr. McRoberts?

William Porter McRoberts, M.D.

Born in Seattle, Dr McRoberts has authored multitudes of research articles and book chapters with well over 1000 citations. Completeing residency training as Chief Resident at Loma Linda University in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, he then completed an Interventional Spine and Surgical Pain Fellowship at Emory University, also as Chief Fellow. He has served as Primary Investigator and research scientist on dozens of FDA primary assesment research trials within the interventional spine, pain and neuromodulation space. In addition to interventional fracture management, he is an expert in micro-invasive spine, spinal decompressive techniques, orthobiologics, percutaneous fracture stabilization, and both chemical and electrical neuromodulation of the spinal cord and peripheral nerves. He has lectured and taught world wide on design and innovation of novel approaches to the treatment of pain and spine disorders. He has performed well over 50,000 spine and pain surgeries and procedures. When not seeing patients, he is an avid sailor, traveler, cyclist, swimmer and free diver. He also enjoys writing and cooking.